Henry County loves their classic cars. From the Broad Street Cruise In’s in New Castle to all the car shows you see in the area.
Moving to Knightstown, the Steinwachs are busy planning the Hickory Classic Car Show in Knightstown on Saturday, May 22.
Lindsey Steinwach attended the Knightstown Town Council meeting in April to get permission for roads in Knightstown to be closed for the car show.
Knightstown Town Council Vice President Landon Dean said, “We are just glad that you brought the car show back to Knightstown.”
The car show will be held along North Washington Street from Brown Street up to Morgan Street and along Carey Street from N. Washington Street to N. Adams Street.
Registration will be from 8-11 a.m. Registration cost will be $15, which includes a goody bag and dash plaques. Awards will take place at 3 p.m.
The awards and trophies that will be awarded include Top 20 Cars, People’s Choice, Best of Show and specialty trophies. There will be 50/50 drawings, vendors, door prizes, food, music, and car show t-shirts will be available.
The car show will be open to anything on wheels.
The Hickory Classic Car Show will be celebrating 145 years of the Academy building, 100 years of The Hoosier Gym, and the 35th anniversary of the movie “Hoosiers.”
The Hoosier Gym will be doing several tours during the car show, and the Hickory Bus from the movie will be on display, too.
Justin’s Helping Hands Inc., The Hoosier Gym and Knightstown Kids Inc. are sponsoring the Hickory Classic Car Show.
Steinwach also mentioned that they are planning on having a show at Knightstown High School sometime in September.
The best way to get in contact with them is through phone or email, you can contact Lindsey Steinwach at (765) 571-0326 or email firstname.lastname@example.org